Street-level crime in Carmarthen - South Wales Guardian

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

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Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

  • Email: CarmarthenTownNPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

Carmarthen neighbourhood policing team

Inspector Christina Fraser

My name is Christina Fraser and I have worked for Dyfed-Powys since 2002 having grown up in the Teifi valley. I am the Police Inspector for mid Ceredigion covering the towns and surrounding areas of Lampeter, Aberaeron Tregaron and Llandysul. I have worked across all areas of Ceredigion during my career along with periods in Police Headquarters as Staff Officer to the then Chief Constable and as a Force Incident Manager in the Force Control Room.I am passionate about gender equality and chair the Female Support Network for the Force, I also enjoy interacting with the community via social media and can be found on Twitter @InspChrisFraser. In my spare time I enjoy rowing Celtic Longboats along the Cardigan coastline and baking cakes to compensate for the exercise.

PC Rhian James

Rhian joined Dyfed Powys in 2008, after graduating from University with a History degree. Rhian has always been based in Carmarthen, and was previously on response. In 2012 Rhian joined Carmarthen Neighbourhood Policing Team and covers Carmarthen Town and St. Ishmaels.

PC Stuart Mann
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Dyfed-Powys Police to request that they add this information.
PC Matthew Richards

PC Matthew Richards has been a police officer since March 2006, when he moved to the area from South Wales. Having worked Aberystwyth beat for 7 years he has recently joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team for Aberystwyth.

PCSO Jenny Watts

PCSO Jenny Dee 8109 has recently joined the NPT team in Carmarthen. She is originally from Hampshire and moved to Carmarthenshire in 2008 to be closer to family and to change profession from the public sector to the emergency services. Jenny previously worked as a special constable based in Carmarthen and had the opportunity within this time to work with the NPT team. She has now transferred to the role of PCSO as she feels that she wants to contribute more within the community.

PCSO Wayne James

PCSO Wayne James joined Dyfed-Powys Police in September 2012. After completing his BTEC diploma in Leisure Studies he went on to run the local family business, which was based originally in Carmarthen, where he has lived all his life, and for the last 10 years in Cross Hands. During this time he forged excellent community links with the people in these areas. He wants to maintain the high level of service he provided in his past business life when he helps serve and assist the local communities with their concerns and needs. He looks forward to being part of the Dyfed-Powys Police family and being able to engage with the local communities and businesses.

PCSO Sophia Coschignano
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Dyfed-Powys Police to request that they add this information.
PCSO Josie Jones

Josie Jones joined Dyfed Powys Police in 2014 and was stationed in Llanelli before her transfer to Pembroke Dock in 2016. Josie is looking forward to getting to know the local area and engaging with the community around the Pennar area of Pembroke Dock.

PCSO Eleri Morgan

Eleri joined Dyfed Powys Police in September 1989 as a Youth trainee.  In 1990 She was successful in a full time post as a member of support staff within the service working in communications and front desk roles in Carmarthen, Aberystwyth and Lampeter.  In 2012 Eleri took up her role as Police Community Support Officer in the area

PCSO Sarah Thomas

PCSO 8193 Sarah Thomas initially joined Dyfed Powys in 1991 as a senior Clerical Officer in the Firearms Licensing Department. She then successfully applied to become a PCSO in June 2014 stationed at St. Clears. Having previously lived in the area for 20 years Sarah has a good local knowledge and is looking forward to engaging with the communities to help reduce any issues or concerns that may arise.

PCSO Hefyn Davies

Responsible for North, South and Kilgetty Wards
PCSO Hefyn Davies 8099 joined Dyfed Powys Police as a Special Constable in 2000 working in Carmarthen and Tenby stations. He joined as a PCSO in February 2012 and is now working as part of the Tenby NPT. He was previously self-employed in farming and the building trade. He is married with children and grandchildren. He said "I enjoy meeting and helping people with any issues they may have and working with other agencies to resolve problems and hopefully make a difference to people’s quality of life". In his spare time he enjoys weight training in the gym, walking the Pembrokeshire coastal path and spending time with his grandchildren.

PCSO Martin Dickenson

PCSO 8046 Martin Dickenson initially joined Dyfed Powys in July 2006 as a driver and handyperson. He then successfully applied to become a PCSO in February 2012. In his new role he has responsibility for the Ferryside / St Ishmaels and Cynwyl Elfed Ward. He is looking forward to working with the rural communities as his interests are based in the countryside where he runs a hill farm.

PCSO Jade Jones

PCSO Jade Jones has lived locally all her life and attended Ysgol Gyfun Bro Myrddin. She previously worked as a Play Worker for Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services working closely with children and schools in Carmarthenshire. She enjoys working within the community and see's this as a great opportunity to further strengthen her close working relationships. Jade joined Dyfed-Powys Police in September 2012 and is extremely excited in starting her role within the Neighbourhood Policing Team in Carmarthen and by making a difference within the community.

PCSO Jeff Kedward

PCSO Jeff Kedward began his training in January 2007, and is now based at Newcastle Emlyn. After twenty years as a dairy farmer, he became a doorman in a Carmarthen nightclub, and then spent eighteen months as a special constable before becoming a PCSO.

PCSO Bradley Davies
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Dyfed-Powys Police to request that they add this information.
PCSO Sylvia Davies-Morris

PCSO Sylvia Davies-Morris joined Dyfed-Powys Police as a PCSO in Burry Port in February 2005. She has been in Carmarthen since February 2006. She previously worked for eighteen years for HSBC bank.

PCSO Arwel Davies
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PCSO Nicola Waters

I am P.C.S.O. Nicola Waters.8195
I joined the  NPT Policing team in September 2014
Before that I worked for many years in Custody in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. I joined Dyfed Powys Police in Jan 1999.
 I am now the P.C.S.O. for Abergwili & Peniel and I am looking forward to becoming the contact between the Community  and the Police.
Engaging with the local community and gaining their confidence.
In my spare time I enjoy walking and activities in the open air/outdoors.

Sergeant Elaine Roberts
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Sergeant Delme Jones

.PS Delme Jones is the Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant for Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, Crymych and Fishguard. He joined Dyfed Powys Police in 2008 and worked as a response officer in Cardigan, before becoming Neighbourhood PC for Cardigan Town. He then moved into CID in October 2014 before returning to Neighbourhood Policing as a Sergeant in June 2016.Delme said "I’m really enjoying being back in Neighbourhood Policing and look forward to helping the community to deal with the issues which affect them. I have a good understanding of this area as I was born and brought up here, and I hope that this will help me to continue the good links between Police and the community in our area." 

About this neighbourhood

- Carmarthen Town, Tref Caerfyrddin, Llanybydder, Pencarreg and Llanfihangel Ar Arth, Llanybydder, Pencarreg a Llanfihangel Ar Arth, Llansteffan, Laugharne and Whitland, Llansteffan, Talacharn a Hendy-gwyn ar Daf, St Ishmael, Llanismel, St Clears, Llanboidy and Trelech, Sanclêr, Llanboidy a Threlech, Llangunnor and Tregynnor, Llangynnwr a Thregynnwr, Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn and Llangeler, Cenarth, Castell Newydd Emlyn a Llangeler, Carmarthen West - Johnstown and Trinity, Gorllewin Caerfyrddin - Tre Ioan a'r Drindod, Carmarthen North - Abergwili, Cynwyl Elfed and Trevaughan, Gogledd Caerfyrddin - Abergwili, Cynwyl Elfed & Trevaughan

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Dyfed-Powys Police.

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